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Marvel Comics Illustrated/Marvel Illustrated Books (1970) Paperback 02726

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2013-06-28 15:15:33 mikebo Name Four new adventures in FULL COLOR! Star Wars: Four new adventures in FULL COLOR!
2006-02-14 03:31:27 DarthSkeptical Notes According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here and here online.

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is a bit in doubt. Technically, he only is listed on "Way of the Wookie" as "Consulting Editor". Since "Wookie" is the first story in this collection, though, it's possible he's also the consulting editor for the entire book, and may well be listed as such on the frontispiece. Good luck finding the frontispiece, though.

According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here, here, and here online.

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is a bit in doubt. Technically, he only is listed on "Way of the Wookie" as "Consulting Editor". Since "Wookie" is the first story in this collection, though, it's possible he's also the consulting editor for the entire book, and may well be listed as such on the frontispiece. Good luck finding the frontispiece, though.

2006-02-14 03:29:36 DarthSkeptical Removed Creator Carmine Infantino
2006-02-14 03:29:36 DarthSkeptical Removed Creator Pablo Marcos
2006-02-14 03:29:36 DarthSkeptical Removed Creator Irving 'Irv' Watanabe
2006-02-14 03:29:36 DarthSkeptical Pagecount 159
2006-02-14 03:29:36 DarthSkeptical Notes According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here and here online.

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is that of "Consulting Editor".

According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here and here online.

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is a bit in doubt. Technically, he only is listed on "Way of the Wookie" as "Consulting Editor". Since "Wookie" is the first story in this collection, though, it's possible he's also the consulting editor for the entire book, and may well be listed as such on the frontispiece. Good luck finding the frontispiece, though.

2006-02-14 03:16:30 DarthSkeptical Notes According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here and here

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is that of "Consulting Editor".

According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here and here online.

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is that of "Consulting Editor".

2006-02-14 03:02:01 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Earl Norem
2006-02-14 03:02:01 DarthSkeptical Added Creator (Unconfirmed Creator/s)
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Archie Goodwin
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Carmine Infantino
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Pablo Marcos
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Marie Severin
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Irving 'Irv' Watanabe
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Archie Goodwin
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Jim Shooter
2006-02-14 02:59:22 DarthSkeptical Notes According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Date is conjecture based upon copyright date on cover.

According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Until then, it is here and here

Creators for the issue as a whole apply to each story within the issue. Jim Shooter's credit is that of "Consulting Editor".

2006-01-18 23:26:48 DarthSkeptical Format Standard Comic Issue Trade Paperback
2006-01-18 23:15:22 DarthSkeptical Notes According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It has even been called the "Holy Grail" of Star Wars collecting. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Date is conjecture based upon copyright date on cover.

According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Date is conjecture based upon copyright date on cover.

2006-01-18 17:05:03 DarthSkeptical Cover Date (Year) 1970 1981
2006-01-18 17:05:03 DarthSkeptical Notes According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It has even been called the "Holy Grail" of Star Wars collecting. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction. According to many collectors, this is almost impossible to find. It has even been called the "Holy Grail" of Star Wars collecting. It appeals to two "streams" of collectors--those trying to get a complete set of novels, and those trying to finish up their set of comics--and had a low print run. Consequently, a word to the wise: should you ever find this book, hermetically seal it, put it in a safety deposit box, and wait for your moment to sell it at auction.

Date is conjecture based upon copyright date on cover.

2006-01-18 17:03:25 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-01-18 17:03:25 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (large)

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